In recent years, the emergence of low-cost sensors has transformed the way in which infrastructure is managed and maintained, enabling better service delivery based on live asset status reports and localised customisation of service provision. This is driving change in the transport industry, resulting in increasing digitisation of traditional manual services and is encouraging the rise of digital transport professionals who are technologists first and transport specialists second. Furthermore, the rise of autonomous vehicles and the associated technologies to support them is forcing the creation of connected infrastructure. IoT will be integral to this future transport network, with connected sensors playing a key role in enabling this future.
Principal ITS Engineering Manager
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